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Snohomish Real Estate

Located at the confluence of the Snohomish River and the Pilchuck River, the City of Snohomish, Washington, is a well-established community with a long, rich history. The area was first settled by Native Americans, but most had relocated to the Tulalip Reservation before white settlers arrived in the late 1850s. Among the first white settlers were Edson Cady and Heil Barnes, who staked claims in the area, established a post office, and a mercantile. At that time, the community was known as Cadyville. In 1861 Snohomish County was established, and in the same year, Cadyville became the county seat. Then in 1871, Cadyville was renamed Snohomish, and by 1884 it was home to seven hundred people, six saloons, a school building, and a courthouse. By the time Snohomish was incorporated in 1890, the population had grown to nearly two thousand and by 1895, it had exceeded three thousand residents. Today, this charming city is home to around ten thousand people and a wide variety of amenities, including shopping, dining, entertainment, and recreation options.

Snohomish, known as the northwest’s antique capital, has a fantastic historic downtown area and an abundance of stunning natural beauty. The city lies between the thriving city of Seattle, the world-famous Puget Sound, and the majestic Cascade Mountains. Most students in the city are served by Snohomish School District, with a handful served by Monroe School District. Beyond the historic downtown, natural beauty, and conveniently located schools, the city also boasts an airport, an aquatic center, Snohomish County Centennial Trail, Spencer Park Island Park, a gallery, and several outstanding restaurants. Among the locals’ favorite dining destinations are Cunios, Fred’s Rivertown Alehouse, Collector’s Choice Restaurant & Lounge, Sound to Summit Brewing, Jake’s Cafe on 2nd Street, J and L BBQ, Trails End Taphouse and Restaurant, and Andy’s Fish House.

All of these highly desirable amenities make Snohomish real estate hard to resist. Real estate in Snohomish is an eclectic collection of condos, townhomes, seventeenth-century homes, new construction, luxury estates, and modest single-family residences. Homes for sale in Snohomish come in all ages, sizes, and architectural styles. The diversity of Snohomish properties afford fabulous opportunities for people in all stages of life. Additionally, listing prices span a very broad range as a result of this diversity. If you are interested in learning more about currently listed properties in Snohomish, Washington, we would love to assist you, so please do not hesitate to contact us as soon as it is convenient.